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Phoenix-like, Full Disclosure returns

When the Full Disclosure mailing list suddenly closed down just over a week ago it took most people by surprise. The precise cause — although undoubtedly known to some — remains a mystery. 576 more words


Hey, Glasshole: That cool app? It has turned you into a SPY DRONE

Google Glass spyware can use users as surveillance drones

By John Leyden

Security researchers have created prototype Google Glass spyware that is capable of snooping on everything the user is looking at without tipping off victims that anything is amiss.

Cyber Security

A serious Office bug

Graham Cluley outlines a critical bug in many Microsoft products:

“Although Microsoft states that the targeted attacks it has seen so far have been directed at users of its Word 2010 product, it’s clear that the remote code execution flaw also exists in…

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Words to the wise

A handful of articles that might be of interest to OS X users (mostly from ESET – that doesn’t mean no-one else is writing about Macs, but obviously ESET material is likelier to cross my radar): 121 more words

David Harley

Mavericks update (OS X 10.9.2) addresses SSL bug

Mavericks users may be relieved to know that an update is now available from the OS X app store which apparently fixes the SSL bug already fixed in iOS. 22 more words

David Harley

Not Angelas but maybe not Angels*

As I mentioned here recently, the Talking Angela myth Graham Cluley first reported about a year ago still has legs (not to mention its mouth, which seems to be the main point of contention). 708 more words

David Harley